twilightthunder's Batman: Thrillkiller #1 - Thrillkiller review

Brereton absolutely does!

Hi, here's The Twilight Thunder with another 5 star review!

Ok, so let's get down to biz here.

Batman Thrillkiller `62 is just one of those rare pieces of perfect work that Dan Brereton gives to the comic audience, even though he's not a mainstream artist and his style is far from "Average" Or "Simplistic", Batman Thrillkiller relies heavily on the art style... Chaykin delivers a solid Elseworld with great chracters and interesting and sometimes funny one-liners (remember that we're reading a noir-esque book) So, The revamping of costumes, chracters and a Gotham city in the 60's are just bits of what Batman Thrillkiller truly is.

what else can i say...?

My rec. Is... READ IT NOW!!!!!

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